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All Flowers in Time (2011)

A guided tour through the shattered remains of memory and identity.

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Holly
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Carolyn Bosco ...
Young Woman
Joshua Caouette ...
Walter
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Smiling Woman
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Crying Woman
Joe Flaten ...
Boy at Window / Boy Opening Door
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Young Guy
Josh Hollister ...
Young Guy
Vivian Kalinov ...
Haunted Woman
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French Cowboy
Ashley Shaw ...
Young Girl
Lizmar Tissot ...
Original Woman
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"I am not from this place," declares a French cowboy. An old toothless man asks, "Do you know why you're here?" These shape-shifting personalities infect young children with an evil signal in the form of a Dutch TV show. The red-eyed girls and boys believe they can now become other people and monsters, much to their delight. Written by Chris Clark

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Was theatrically released in France along with Walk Away Renee (shown in the same program). See more »

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Worst piece of crap I've ever seen
4 June 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I caught this movie at at CFC screening last night and I can't believe it was chosen for official selection. It was just a random mishmash of blurry, unrelated imagery. There was a real clue when the title cards took 5 minutes to go past with crappy digital blurry faces danced in the background and still were more coherent than the movie proper. It felt like the writer picked all of their favourite bits of David Lynch movies, took all the context out, did a crappy job of ripping them off, ordered them into a list, removed every other line, then shuffled the pages and made the shooting script out of it. The production value was all other the place, the audio was hard to hear and the really low quality video effects added an extra level of frustrating in an already grating experience. I can't articulate how much I hate this movie, don't see it.


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